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Count Your Way through Greece
(Carolrhoda Books, Inc., 1996)
This book counts to ten in Greek and highlights an element of Greek culture on a two-page spread for each of the numbers. "Ten" here is devoted to Aesop. The two pages illustrate ten animals featured in Aesop's fables. ...
A Guide for Teaching Aesop's Fables: Lessons in Life for Students of All Ages
(Lynn M. Meier, 1999)
This is a manual for educators from preschool to junior high school. It contains pages that may be reproduced. Sections are devoted to various age levels. A good group of starting fables is identified on 10 for preschool ...
Aesop's Fables (with 24 colour plates)
(Ward, Lock, 1924)
Collectors sometimes go crazy. So it is here. This book is 99.9% identical with one already in the collection. What is the difference? The spine of this book has "Ward-Lock" whereas that other has "Ward-Lock and Co." ...
The Big Book of Fables
(Dodge Publishing Company, 1925)
This is the fourth copy we have of this book. One is a 1987 reprint by Portland House. Two are apparent first editions, one from Blackie and Son and the other from Blackie and Son and H.M. Caldwell. Both of those have ...
The Miser and His Bag of Gold
(Sunflower Press, 1972)
Here is a lovely miniature of some fourteen pages. The moral is well said: "Hoarded wealth is useless wealth." Not illustrated. This tiny book has impressive gold and white covers. Tracy Bradbury specializes in selling ...
Les fables d'Ésope
French version of "Aesop's Funky Fables" from Viking Penguin in 1998 and from Hamish Hamilton in 1997, with the same page count, cover design, and endpapers. Colored illustrations and black-and-white alternate in presenting ...